‘Peachie Keen’ bears loads of apricot peach flowers with complementary purplish pink calyxes just at the top of the foliage for a neatly proportional look. Because the calyxes are so colorful, this plant continues to look like it is blooming long after it is finished. In northern zones, it typically blooms from midsummer through early fall but in southern zones it starts blooming much earlier.
The aromatic, bright green foliage grows into a densely compact, ball-shaped clump, much more refined looking than older cultivars.
Agastache are well-adapted to thrive in dry soils and is right at home in rock gardens and xeric container plantings where it will attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and honeybees. This is one of the easiest perennials to grow.